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5-14-2011 @ 12:14PM
While the pet biscuits are a neat reward, there are a lot of unused pet assets in the game that could have been used instead. If they want to have the pet biscuit return, at 100 we could have an unlimited use item that gives the same effect. Enough people will get that. 125 should be this new "Nuts" guy and 150 should be the 'Celestial Dragon' reskin of the Spirit of Competition.150 is a fairly big accomplishment that requires a lot of in-game work or the investment of real money. A squirrel doesn't really scream "I worked my butt off for these pets!" A glowy, sparkling dragon on the other hand...
5-14-2011 @ 1:00PM
Stinker and the little fawn were great rewards with unique models, I'm confident Nuts will be more than a recolored mechanical squirrel.
5-14-2011 @ 1:01PM
If you exclude promotional pets (i.e. collector's edition or blizzcon pets), TCG pets, blizz store pets (and the core hound because not everyone can get an authenticator for free), and pets that are no longer obtainable there are currently 143 pets in the game (according to the pet collection data on wowhead profiler). I assume 4.2 will add several, but currently it's pretty improbable that someone would be able to get 150 pets without spending money on them in some way.
5-14-2011 @ 1:36PM
Yep, I was looking at the same thing. 150 mini-pets is a difficult feat!
5-14-2011 @ 3:41PM
If those have charges I guarantee you I will use them once and then keep them in my bank not to waste them =/
5-14-2011 @ 6:42PM
Neirin, there are over 170 pets in game right now (a few are region restricted). My paladin is currently at 144 with 30 others still available on my wanted list.Purples are fun for an expansion, but pets and mounts are forever. :)
5-17-2011 @ 5:03PM
My main has 135 pets right now, and the remaining fifteen are all obtainable without shelling out real money. I've only purchased three pets - two of the charity pets and one Li'l Rag. And I refuse to ever buy the cockroach. So it can be done.
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